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Forgive (2002) - Rebecca Lynn Howard

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Rebecca Lynn Howard

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Beautiful To YouLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:44
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
Dancin' In God's CountryLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 4:02
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
It Didn't Look Like AlcoholLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 4:28
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
Life Had Other PlansLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:40
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
ForgiveLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:58
  Comments: Recorded at The Castle Recording Studio (Franklin, TN). Overdubs at Omni Studio (Nashville, TN)
It's My Job To FallLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 4:11
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
Jesus And BartendersLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:57
  Comments: Recorded at Sound Emporium (Nashville, TN). Mixed at Larabee Studio (W. Hollywood, CA), Image Studio (Los Angeles, CA) & Cherokee Studios (Los Angeles, CA). Mastered & Edited at MasterMix (Nashville, TN).
This LoveLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 4:00
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
When Did You Ever Listen To MeLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:04
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
MemorizedLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:54
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
Pink Flamingo Kind Of LoveLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:06
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
Softly And TenderlyLyrics available
  Date Performance: 2002, Running Time: 3:09
  Comments: Recorded at Soundkitchen Studios (Franklin, TN)
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Kenny (M.F.) Aronoff, Carolyn Bailey, Denise Baker, Melinda Bootz, Pat Buchanan/Bucannon, Lisa Cochran, J.T. Corenflos, Melodie Crittenden, Dan Dugmore, Beverly Duker, Christopher Farrell, Steve Fishell, Alison Gooding, Erin Hall, Tony Harrell, Wes Hightower, Johnny Hiland, Steve Hinson, John Barlow Jarvis, Michael Joyce, Troy Lancaster, Greg Morrow, Lynn Peithman, Allison Prestwood, David Reneau, Chris Rodriguez, Brian Siewart, Marty Slayton, Michael Spriggs, Julie/Julia Tanner, Neil Thrasher, Rick Vito, Jeremy Williams, Shu-Zheng Yang, Jonathan Yudkin

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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

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Trey Bruce (Songwriter), Larry Cordle (Songwriter), Gary Cotton (Songwriter), Marty Dodson (Songwriter), Rebecca Lynn Howard (Songwriter), Tim Johnson (Songwriter), James LeBlanc (Songwriter), Georgia Middleman (Songwriter), Angelo Petraglia (Songwriter), Leslie Winn Satcher (Songwriter), William (Lamartine) Thompson (Songwriter), Kim Williams (Songwriter), Larry (Lawrence E.) Williams (Songwriter), Herschel Williams (Songwriter), Ron Davis (Photography), Katie Gillon (Art Direction), Luellyn Latocki (Art Direction), Jerry Joyner (Design), Trey Bruce (Programming), Howard Fields (Manager), Cherie Combs (Makeup), Kelly Giedt/Geidt (Production Coordinator), Heather Kennel (Production Coordinator), Trey Bruce (Produced By), Steve Fishell (Produced By), (Don) Mark Wright (Produced By), Chuck Ainlay (Recorded By), David Buchanan (Recorded By), John Van Nest (Mixed By), Hank Williams (Mastered By), Brian Siewart (Strings Arranged By), Trish Townsend (Stylist), Todd Gunnerson (Recording Assisted By), Erick Jaskowiak (Recording Assisted By), Joey Turner (Recording Assisted By), Cherie Combs (Hair), Shane Barrett (A&R Direction), Carie Higdon (A&R Direction), Ronnie Thomas (Editing By)

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MCA Nashville

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088 170 288-2

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    Liner Notes »


First and foremost to God Almighty for giving me each day. To Jason, Trixie, and my manager, Howard Fields. Bruce Hinton, Mark Wright and the entire MCA staff. Trey Bruce, Steve Fishell, David Buchanan and the songwriters, musicians, and engineers who made this album possible. Rick Shipp, Gary Overton, John Mabe, Pat Rolfe, Lou Ann Schafer, Penny Mundy, Robin Lightner, and Trish Townsend. To my parents, Kenny and Judy Howard, James, Jessica, Ma, Papaw, Nanna, Buddy and Ellen Wright, Jennifer, Ryan, Brian, Stephanie and Remington, Jen, Granny, the Howard, Deep and Wright families, and all my friends and co-writers

In loving memory of Patrick Wright and Farris Deep (Pawpaw)

Special thanks to Taylor Guitars and John Gray Pontiac

(C) (P) 2002 MCA Nashville, a Universal Music company/a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
60 Music Square East
Nashville, TN 37203

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Possibly a transitional album, so do forgive her
Review written by John Fitzgerald, January 19th, 2005

This is a spotty affair with a mix of Pop and Country stylings but when they weave in to each other it tends to be problematic. "Beautiful to you" has a real nice sound and this is an exception as the fiddles work well in this, the most Pop flavored song on the CD. We're well in to Country/Bluegrass mode when track two hits, "Dancin' in God's country" which is a hoe-down slap with fiddles and banjos clucking away. "It didn't look like alcohol" is an acoustic ballad which sounds like something Faith Hill would've done about 5 or 6 years ago. "Life had other plans" is another popish tune but although pleasant to hear doesn't work as good as the lead off cut did. The title track is a power ballad drenched in piano which is good at holding the attention but "It's my job to fall" is a somewhat draggy ballad. "Jesus and bartenders" is that typical slow Country chug but it does sound noticeably different to the other tracks (most likely due to the use of a different producer). "This love" is a breathy mid tempo tune and "When did you ever listen to me" returns us to the traditional Country sound again though this time, it sounds a little boxy. "Memorized" has nice, slow Lisa Loeb style ballad verses but it's mood is ruined by the thumping chorus sections. "Pink flamingo kind of love" is a Shania Twain type of funk that (I personally) could've done without but "Softly and tenderly" has a nice Gospel feel and makes for a very good acoustic closer. It's hard to say if the pluses outweigh the minuses here but you get the feeling this may be a transitional album for Howard so one tends to look forward to her next release rather than concentrating on the
one at hand so it can be forgettable but you should make a note of some of the better tunes as they don't deserve to be overlooked.

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Discography entry submitted by Marty Adelson.